Settlement Requirement in General Assistance

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The basic structure of the settlement laws still continues to be important to general assistance administration, especially in view of the fact that aid is often denied to non-settled persons as a matter of practice. This article will examine the law of settlement, consider its implications for persons applying for help, and determine whether and to what extent it belongs in a general assistance program.

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Public welfare, Social welfare

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Daniel R. Mandelker (Washington University School of Law)

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